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January 5, 2014

MEN’S COLLEGE BASKETBALL No. 4 IUS beats Point Park 110-95

Grenadiers improve to 9-3 by topping century mark again

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NEW ALBANY — IU SOUTHEAST 110, POINT PARK 95

    Point Park (7-7, 3-2): Nike Brown 21, Alan Heter 16, Matt Noszka 19, Gabe McNeal 17, Robbie Heatherington 18, Josh Pohlot 4.

    IU Southeast (9-3, 3-0): Kegan Clark 6, Vernon Payne 12, Kevin Mitchell 26, Jake Simpson 17, Cameron Mitchell 23, Carlos Jones 2, Greg Magee 11, Martez Harris 5,Jordan Thompson 2, Aaron Hayes 6.

    Halftime score: IU Southeast 59-39.

    3-point field goals: Point Park 11 (Heatherington 4, Brown 3, Noszka 3, McNeal), IU Southeast 9 (K. Mitchell 2, Simpson 2, Hayes 2, C. Mitchell, Magee, Harris).

    Rebounds: Point Park 51, IU Southeast 48.

    Turnovers: Point Park 14, IU Southeast 9.

    Field goal shooting: Point Park 37-89, IU Southeast 42-84.

    Three-point field goal shooting: Point Park 11-33, IU Southeast 9-25.

    Free throw shooting: Point Park 10-23, IU Southeast 17-24.

 

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